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Description

In this tutorial app Scott Freiman pulls Apple’s GarageBand (GB) into his virtual “garage” and, with a NASCAR mechanic’s passion for detail, shows you how this fine-tuned, hybrid DAW works.

Table of Contents:

1. Welcome to GarageBand
2. What We Won’t Be Covering
3. Setting Up GarageBand
4. The Main Window
5. A Look at Regions
6. Creating a Song
7. Composing with Loops
8. Adding More Loops
9. Cycling
10. Working with Regions
11. Recording a Software Instrument
12. Changing Instruments
13. Onscreen Keyboard
14. Musical Typing
15. Recording a Real Instrument
16. Recording Guitar
17. Exporting Your Song
18. Saving Your Song
19. The LCD
20. The Timeline
21. Moving Around
22. More About Tracks
23. Split and Join
24. Grid and Guides
25. The Track Inspector
26. The Region Editor
27. Locking Tracks
28. The Media Browser
29. The Notepad
30. More About Loops
31. More About the Loop Browser
32. Transposing Audio
33. Modifying Browser Buttons
34. Working In the Region Editor
35. Tuning Audio
36. The Flex Tool
37. More About the Region Editor
38. Quantizing Audio
39. Adding an Accent
40. Transposing Multiple Regions
41. Setting Up to Record Audio
42. Choosing a Bass Amp
43. Recording the Bass
44. Setting Up to Record Guitar
45. Choosing a Guitar Amp
46. Using Pedals
47. Recording Guitar
48. Multitrack Recording
49. Cycle Recording
50. Comping Audio
51. Importing and Exporting Audio
52. Groove Matching
53. Recording Software Instruments
54. Cycle Recording With Software Instruments
55. Editing Software Instruments
56. Editing Controller Data
57. Creating Software Loops
58. More About Quantization
59. The Score Editor
60. More About Cut, Copy, and Paste
61. Using Audio Unit Instruments
62. Importing MIDI Files
63. Insert Effects
64. Send and Master Effects
65. The Arrangement Track
66. More About the Arrangement Track
67. Creating a Rough Arrangement
68. Creating a Rough Mix
69. Automating Volume and Panning
70. Automating Effects
71. The Master Track
72. Sharing Your Song
73. Working With Movies
74. Creating a Podcast
75. Thanks for Watching!

What's New

Version 7.0

• New look and feel
• Animated 3D background
• Updated video player engine
• New menu with section names
• Improved support for iOS 11

Ratings and Reviews

Excellent Training!

Lo_Rez1

I'm not sure what level of recording experience the other reviewers have, but either they are experts or idiots! This course is truly very good. I began my career in studio engineering in the 70's and learned ProTools in '97. So I have a pretty solid base...
This course while pretty basic is well thought out and covers everything you need to know to get up and running with G'band. The instructions are clear and concise with good sections on working and composing with Apple loops, midi controllers, quantizing, and lots more! $9.99 is a very reasonable price for so much training. You won't be sorry! at least I wasn't!

Mpv

FurbieCakes

Rip off! I want my money back! The description of this "app", if you can even call it that, is so incredibly non-descriptive that you have no idea what you are actually buying for 10$. I was hoping to receive more loops and instruments, but actually wasted my money on a kindergarten lesson about an already extremely user friendly app (GarageBand).

Hoodwinked

fijix

I too thought this purchase included the Garageband software; buyer beware, I suppose, but what a waste of money and it costed double the price of what might have been the correct purchase. Pure disappointment.

Information

Seller
Nonlinear Educating Inc. (macProVideo.com)
Size
830.5 MB
Category
Music
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2011-2018, macProVideo.com
Price
$13.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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